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It's a series of dinosaur movies, two of which are directed by Creator/StevenSpielberg, with video games and huge toy lines. Sounds perfectly kid-friendly, right?

Well, [[NightmareFuel not entirely]].

As [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids many young dinosaur fans found out the hard way]], ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' [[Music/WeirdAlYankovic is frightening in the dark]].

This page is for all terrifying things in ''Franchise/JurassicPark'': the books, the movies, the video games, you name it.

Works with their own NightmareFuel pages:
* ''NightmareFuel/TheLostWorldJurassicPark''
* ''NightmareFuel/JurassicParkIII''
* ''NightmareFuel/JurassicWorld''
* ''NightmareFuel/JurassicWorldFallenKingdom''
* ''NightmareFuel/JurassicParkTheGame''

[[MemeticMutation Hold on to your butts...]]


[[folder:The Books]]
* The damn Tyrannosaurus Rex is [[UpToEleven even worse in the book than it is in the movie]]; unlike it's film counterpart, [[AnimalNemesis this Rex is far more malicious]], and is [[AxCrazy intent on killing anything and everything throughout the park]]. Remaining still won't save you for long [[ScarilyCompetentTracker as it will suspect your presence despite its impaired vision (thanks to its great sense of smell) and deliberately roars in your face to make you move]]. Trying to squeeze into a place where it can't reach won't save you either, as its tongue is long and flexible enough to drag you from inside a car. Failing that, it can ''throw'' said car into the branches of a tree with such force and speed that, from Grant's perspective, the vehicle had simply ''vanished''. [[SuperPersistentPredator Try to run, and it will track you across the entire park. Try to escape via raft, and it will swim after you. Stay on the river to travel faster and minimize your scent]], [[spoiler: and it will figure out where you're going, and be lying in wait for you at a waterfall]]. It's a chilling depiction of being hunted by a 7-ton predator who ''wants you dead''.
* Nedry [[spoiler:catches his own intestines. Before losing his head. Made even worse in that he had been recently blinded by the ''Dilophosaurus's'' venom, and he couldn't see where the dinosaur would attack as it came closer to him step by step]].
** The point is: you are alive...when they start to eat you.
** The description of his decomposing remains after Ellie and Muldoon scared off a pack of ''Compys'' is [[NauseaFuel unnerving in more ways than one.]]
* Another [[SarcasmMode fun]] scene: Dr. Wu and the other survivors are holed up in the lodge while Ellie is making a distraction for the raptors so they won't attack Grant who is trying to restore the park's power. However, two raptors already inside the compound which the survivors had kept in sight suddenly disappear, so Wu goes out to warn Ellie that they're on the move. As he does, one of the same raptors jumps down from the roof, tears him open, and eats him while he is still alive. The attack is so sudden that Wu tries to push the raptor's mouth away from him without noticing his intestines have spilled out of him.
* The bit in the prologue with the injured kid whispering "''Raptor, losa Raptor!''" As if that isn't creepy enough, he starts explosively vomiting blood.
** "Oh no, we swear he was run over by a backhoe!" And the "Bloody three-toes footprints..."
* [[spoiler:Howard King]]'s death in the ''The Lost World'' novel. If you thought that just getting your neck snapped was bad enough, King is chased down and torn apart by the raptors and then eaten, all while the main characters helplessly watch on. There's even a graphic description of the raptor ''chewing through his neck'' instead of breaking it...
* Face it; Ellie is convinced that the park was destined to fail and everybody's noticed the fallacies in securities. Even without Nedry, there would have been accidents sooner or later thanks to the park's proximity to hurricanes; no auto-locks on the damn car doors? And if it hadn't happened then...who knows how many people might have been on the island when there was a real foul-up?
** As of ''Jurassic World'', '''''now we know'''''.
* In one of the very first chapters of the book, the perspective jumps to a Costa Rican midwife who is checking in on her newborn charge. She hears strange chirping noises and rushes into the baby's room, only to see three dark-green "lizards" (in reality, a pack of ''Procompsognathus'') crouched over the infant's crib. Right before her eyes, they resume ''eating the baby's face'' until the midwife scares them off. It's too late, however, and the baby is already dead. AdultFear, indeed.
* The raptors in the novels are fairly chilling by (perhaps artificial, perhaps not) nature. [[ItCanThink Intelligent as apes]], built for frightening speed, sporting a variety of sharp killing instruments, and hunting in highly-organized packs. Not only that, they're explicitly mentioned to hunt and kill because [[AxCrazy it's fun to do so]].
** [[spoiler:The Raptor breakout, due in no small part to how sudden and unexpected it was]]. Just when it looks like [[HopeSpot things might settle down and the Park may actually survive]], an alarm starts blaring that the ''auxiliary'' power is almost drained, and the park staff realize that the ''main'' power has been out since the storm. [[OhCrap Cue a cold, horrifying dread spreading through the survives as they realize]] [[spoiler: the [[FailedASpotCheck raptors have had more than eight hours to escape without anyone realizing it]].]] And then, in the distance, the screams begin...
** The protagonists in the movie actually had it easy; they only had to contend with three raptors, and never more than two at once. In the book, their's a bloody ''swarm'' of them, and they know exactly how to exploit those numbers to deadly effect.
** In the movie, the protagonist only find a couple of dead bodies. When the raptors start their rampage in the novel, there are [[LudicrousGibs dozens of mangled limbs and guts littered everywhere]]. At one point, Lex realizes that [[NauseaFuel she's standing on someone's ear]]. To top it off, while all of the bodies were mutilated, only a few appear to have been eaten; the raptors butchered the copses ''[[ForTheEvulz for their own amusement]]''.
* [[spoiler:Hammond's death at the hands of Compys. While he [[AssholeVictim deserves it for being a greedy, unrepentant bastard]] refusing to shutdown the Jurassic Park project, it is disturbing to see him as a helpless cripple slowly being EatenAlive, with the dino venom dulling his senses into thinking that it was paradise.]]
** "He felt a slight pain, only slight, as the compy bent to chew his neck."
* In the book version of [[Literature/TheLostWorld1995 TLW,]] Dodgson's gang come equipped with a sonar device that holds off big dinosaurs whilst the humans steal eggs. It works perfectly on the herbivores, and then when they go after rex infants it's working equally well on the adults... and then suddenly the sonic weapon's power cuts out. Quoth Malcolm in the film version: 'Mommy's ''very angry.'''
* If you want to visualize how Dodgson dies in ''Literature/TheLostWorld1995'', look at [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHs_KhePqEM this clip]] from ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife''. Only instead of Flik and Princess Atta, it's Sarah Harding, Dodgson instead of Hopper, and an adult ''T.Rex'' and its young instead of a family of birds.
* The book features a [=PR=] director, Ed Regis, who leaves Lex and Timmy in the car to hide while Grant saves the children from the full grown ''T.Rex.'' Once it goes away, he comes out of hiding, and is surprised by a juvenile ''T.Rex,'' which is less than half the size of the adult. The scene is played rather innocuously, since Regis tries to push it away like he would an overly affectionate dog. [[MoodWhiplash Then it knocks him down to the ground and bites him.]] He starts screaming as it starts to eat him, and Grant has to takes the kids to hide in the jungle.

[[folder:The Movies]]
* The very first death in the movie, in the first three minutes, the RedShirt worker who gets chomped by a ''Velociraptor'' when the attempt to move her from her crate to her enclosure goes wrong. Made all the more scary because, at this point in the movie, we don't know what this thing in the crate ''is'' and [[NothingIsScarier we never get a good look]] during the attack. It ends with all the other workers desperately tasing the unseen monster and Muldoon hanging on to the poor guy for dear life, ''screaming'' at the top of his lungs for someone to ''just shoot her''.
* From the first movie, Ray Arnold's disembodied, bloody arm.
** And let's not forget this lovely gem that precedes it:
--->'''Ellie:''' (''ecstatically as power returns'') Mr. Hammond, I think we're back in business! (''[[JumpScare raptor comes out from behind and scares her]]'')
* The scene where the ''T. rex'' attacks the car with Lex and Tim inside. Normally, you'd expect a car to provide at least a modicum of protection from a wild animal. Not so with the ''T. rex''.
** "Where's the goat?" Cue splattering of bloody goat leg on the window.
** Vehicles in general tend to be very flimsy protection in all three movies. If anything, they end up trapping the occupants and leaving them at the mercy of whatever is trying to get at them. Honestly, Tim and Lex got off easy compared to what happened to other characters in this situation (i.e., being sent over a cliff, yanked out and torn in half; sent crashing into a nearby tree, dragged out, stomped on, and decapitated; trapped in an animal cage and nearly drowned...with the creature reaching into said cage and trying to pluck you out).
* The first movie has Grant and Tim racing to the bottom of the tree before the falling car crushes them.
* [[BigBad The Big One]], a hyper-intelligent ''Velociraptor''. She uses one of her pack members to lure [[spoiler:Muldoon]] out into the open, pops up right next to him, and starts tearing him apart a few seconds later. Not to mention the fact that they surprise-attacked Grant, Ellie, and the kids and would have killed them had the [[spoiler:''T. rex'']] not intervened.
-->'''Muldoon''': [The Velociraptors] show extreme intelligence. Even problem solving intelligence. Especially the Big One; we bred eight originally, but when she came in, she took over the back and killed all but two of the others. That one... [[ItCanThink when she looks at you, you can]] ''[[ItCanThink see]]'' [[ItCanThink she's working things out]].
** The way Grant describes the way they hunt is pretty unsettling:
--->'''Grant:''' You come across this "six-foot turkey" and you keep still because you think he can only hunt things that move like a ''T. rex''. He won't see you if you hold still. Uh-uh, not this guy, not ''Velociraptor''. You stare at him...[[OhCrap and he just stares right back]]. And that's when the attack comes, but not from the front, but from the side. The other two raptors, you didn't even know they were there.
** The kitchen scene with the two raptors stalking the children, and one of those raptors being the Big One. Critics didn't name this scene as the 95th scariest movie moment of all time for nothing!
** And the sound the ''Velociraptors'' make when they walk! The ''thud'' of the foot, then the ''tick'' of the "killing claw." If you have pets with claws and hardwood floors, prepare to ''freak the fuck out'' if one of them goes wandering the house late at night...
* The scene where [[spoiler:Gennaro]] is killed, while amusing due to the fact that he's awkwardly sitting on a toilet, still manages to come off as this with the way the ''T. rex'' just bites right into him and brutally eats him.
** Watch the scene where Muldoon and Ellie arrive on the scene of the ''T. rex'' attack. They find Gennaro's remains...several meters apart. Rexie didn't eat him; she ''flung him around like a ragdoll until he literally flew apart. While he was alive.''
*** Made worse by this little exchange (which also counts as DarkHumor):
---->'''Muldoon:''' [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe I think this was Gennaro.]]
---->'''Ellie:''' [[LudicrousGibs I think this was, too...]]
* [[spoiler:Nedry]]'s death in the movie. The ''screaming''.
** The ''Dilophosaurus'' in general. At first, she comes across as this curious little critter with a rather cute, monkey-like cry and you think she's harmless, but then she won't stop coming near you. '''Then''' she shows her true colors.
--> '''Nedry''': You scared me, I thought you were one of your big brothers, [[TemptingFate you're not so bad]].
** When Nedry gets hit with her venom a second time, you can hear a sizzling sound effect. This implies that the corrosive venom would have ''[[EyeScream slowly dissolved his eyes away]]''. Almost makes his death sound like a MercyKill.
* Malcolm hearing the "boom" of Rexie's footsteps, [[OhCrap and his eyes opening in pure horror.]]
-->'''Malcolm''': Anybody hear that? It's an... It's [[BadVibrations an impact tremor]], that's what it is... I'm fairly alarmed here.
** Then, when Ellie and Muldoon rush back to the jeep, Rexie bursts out of the undergrowth just as they speed off, prompting a chase that nearly gets the trio eaten before they finally get away. Ellie's screams of terror as Rexie comes ''so'' close to catching them will haunt you.
** Watch the scene again. At one point, Rexie rams the side of the jeep with her head, and if she didn't come into direct contact with Ellie right then, it sure ''looked'' like it! One can hardly imagine her terror in that instant; no wonder she screams as loud as she does seconds later. Rexie ''could have'' eaten her right then and there.
* A minor one comes from Hammond himself. Throughout the movie, he's been nothing but a kind old man who may lose his temper once or twice, but he's the quiet voice of grandfatherly dignity. And then he hears Grant shooting over the phone and [[SayMyName screams "GRANT!"]] at the top of his lungs. A minor scare, but one of the most unexpected.
** It's even worse than that: he just got a ''very'' unexpected phone call from Grant and knows that his grandchildren are there with him, safe, from Grant's own words. [[HopeSpot All is well, they're going to be fine and get out of this alive.]] And then he hears the sound of glass shattering, Sattler yelling a warning, then gunshots, and then ''nothing''. All that relief he'd felt hearing that Tim and Lex were safe was instantly replaced by utter horror. He knew they'd been in danger just because the raptors were still skulking around, but now he knows that one of them is ''right there'', almost in the room with them.
** There's also the genuine horror in Ellie's voice when the [[HopeSpot relieved mood with her, Alan and the kids]] in the control room is abruptly shattered by a loud crash from behind them and the realisation the raptor isn't going to be denied its prey by a locked door.
-->'''Ellie''': [[OhCrap IT'S GONNA COME THROUGH THE GLASS!]]
* [[spoiler:Arnold]] dying in that first movie, that scene with Ellie in the shed trying to turn on the power and [[spoiler:suddenly being attacked by a raptor, then having Arnold's severed arm fall onto her shoulder]].
* The computer noises as the park's security systems fail.
* [[http://www.firstshowing.net/2012/human-dinosaur-hybrids-in-abandoned-jurassic-park-4-concept-art/ The concept art for the first draft of the fourth movie]]. Many dedicated fans were relieved that this was dropped, but probably not for [[BodyHorror the same reasons]] as a lot of people...
* The scene at the climax when they get to the control room. Sattler immediately runs to Nedry's console to reactivate the park's security systems while Grant waits at the door with the rifle. He sees their primary concern immediately, with the camera following his gaze, as he says, "The door locks! Ellie, boot up the door locks!" Then he looks back up and the raptor that was following them is ''right there'', where she ''wasn't'' literally seconds ago, looking straight into his eyes. They both look down at the lock, and before Grant can do anything to stop it, the raptor works the handle and manages to throw the door wide open before he gets it closed again. It takes both him ''and'' Sattler to keep the door closed, and they're struggling with all their might the whole time. Let me repeat that: ''one'' raptor is physically stronger than ''two'' grown adults.
-->'''Alan''': ''[struggling with the raptor]'' No, boot up the door locks! Ellie, get back! Boot up the door locks!
-->'''Ellie''': ''[joining him by the door]'' You can't hold it by yourself!
** There's also the menacing look on the raptor's face when she looks at Alan. Probably the closest a reptilian snout can come to a SlasherSmile and it's bloodcurdling.


[[folder:The Video Games]]
* The Genesis games SEGA screen. It's basically the ''T. Rex'' sprite (we only ever see one from the shoulders up) in front of a black background with the SEGA logo above her, and she roars "SEGA!!!"
** The actual game as Grant. Limited ammo. Dinosaurs at every turn who, 9 times out of 10, want to eat you. ''Velociraptors'' who, in addition to being pretty deadly and agile, actually ''learn from your playing style'' and duck to avoid your shots. And let's not forget the ''T. rex'', who always appears poking her head out of a hole in the wall and fiercely snaps her jaws in your direction, and can kill you with a single chomp (not to mention she has one of the most impressive dinosaur roars ever made). Her introduction in the Power Station is easily her scariest appearance, as you don't actually see her at first; just some cracks in the wall and a foreboding stomping sound. Get close (which you have to do to exit the level), and CRASH. HUUURAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAR!!!
** When you're playing through the Visitor's Center (the last level) as Grant, you come across an elevator. Splattered in blood. Sure, it's pretty tame compared to a lot of today's games, but it's still pretty unsettling, especially since the rest of the game is blood-free. The worst part is that you can only imagine some poor terrified guy trying to escape via the elevator as a raptor closes in on him, only for the elevator to be too slow...
*** Or, knowing the crafty bastards the raptors are, maybe he did get into the elevator in time...only for one to jump in and rip him apart from the ceiling. [[NothingIsScarier Really, NOT knowing what exactly happened is probably the worst thing]].
* In ''Rampage Edition'', the last level. [[spoiler:It starts with Grant on a boat in a river, with nothing else in sight. If you've read the manual, you know the ''T. rex'' is waiting for you. If you haven't...well, you're not going to enjoy what comes next.]] [[HellIsThatNoise And then there's]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iD0CYPlMRpU the music]].
* Even scarier is the Sega CD version. (Sort of) free roaming, very limited ammo, a time limit (in the form of a plane piloted by a living NightmareFuel) and a really, very spooky ambiance. Including the ground ''physically shaking'' as a ''T. rex'' approaches from god-knows-where for a tasty snack. And it's all in first-person view, so you see ''exactly'' what your character is seeing when said ''T. rex'' devours him.
* The {{UsefulNotes/SNES}} version had First Person parts inside the buildings, where random dino growls were to unnerve you even if the rooms were empty! Not to mention that outside that Raptors could jump out from anywhere from bushes and thickets and the ''T. rex'' was an [[ImplacableMan Implacable Dino]]! Okay, so you're walking around on top of a building (for example, the Visitor's Center). There might be some compies and a dilo or two, but at least you don't have to deal with any rapto-''they can jump up on the roof!''
** Again from the SNES version: Don't forget the blackened rooms inside the Visitor's Center/Utility Shed. Unless you have located the night vision goggles, one step inside the room, and some unseen dino swipes at you, [[OneHitKill killing you]] and emitting a roar.
** The three areas in the outdoors part of the game where the ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' appears. You're walking along when the music [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxWH-h4uphs changes into this tense theme]], and when you pass by a specific spot [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehvbcqC_560 the ''T. rex'' suddenly charges from the jungle straight for you, roaring the entire time]]. If you don't have the Tranquilizer Dart or don't reach the limit of his range in time, [[OneHitKill he eats you whole]].
** The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGL9Wr_pUDM 'Continue?' screen...]]
** Oh, and those raptors that can jump out of nowhere? Not only do they respawn, unlike the other dinosaurs, they also have a bad habit of being NotQuiteDead if you don't blow them to Kingdom Come with the rocket launcher or bolas. ''And'' you can run into them in the very first section of the map when you start up the game, unlike most other ''Jurassic Park'' games where they first appear a few levels in.
* The UsefulNotes/ThreeDOInteractiveMultiplayer version is just a mini-game collection. Nothing scary there, right? Oh wait, there's one game where you're wandering around a nearly pitch-black series of hallways, trying to activate some fuses. You're being chased by ''Velociraptors''; should you run into one, you get a few seconds to contemplate your fate, and then the raptor flies right into the screen whilst shrieking. Oh yeah, and if that wasn't enough, your character lets out a horrified, blood-curdling scream. Better luck next time...
* ''VideoGame/JurassicParkIIIDinoDefender'' wasn't that bad...until you die. Then you get treated to a horrifying image of the dinosaur charging you in first-person.
** In the same game, the level that starts with you being chased by a ''Tyrannosaurus'' is terrifying. It's also hard to beat because you can get eaten ''or'' fall off bridge!
* The 1997 game ''The Lost World: Jurassic Park'', which allows you to play both as humans and dinosaurs, have a very frightening [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zx9wQNdLAKE&feature=related intro for the Velociraptor section of the game]]. You're treated to about thirty seconds of footage from the viewpoint of a human being chased, and eventually captured, by raptors. He can't see them, but the players are treated to a graphical interface displaying their location, which shows not only the raptors gradually getting closer, but also more of them being revealed the closer they get. In addition to that, the fleeing human is communicating with someone over radio, and the fear in his voice is very evident. It's very unsettling trying to put yourself in his shoes.
* People may have considered ''VideoGame/JurassicParkTrespasser'' to be a less-than-stellar game, but it could pull some genuinely terrifying moments sometimes. Raptors could sneak up on you and kill you from behind. Even if you do see them, the goofy controls meant it was difficult to aim and kill them. Running is often your best bet. And there are also scripted moments, like in [[spoiler:level 4's Diner]] where a dinosaur could spawn in behind you or push open a door. And finally, the ''T. rex''. There is no fighting the ''T. rex''. There is only sneaking by it or distracting it. Unless you get a good head start, you will ''not'' outrun it.
* A somewhat obscure, rather mediocre ''Jurassic Park'' game called ''Warpath'' was a fighting game that allowed you to play as several movie and non-movie dinosaurs (including the then-unseen ''Spinosaurus''). These being dinosaurs, their attacks could be especially brutal. Among the most brutal were those of the ''Triceratops'' and ''Styracosaurus'' who would ''impale'' their enemies during their throw attacks, leaving the enemy dinosaur squirming on the ends of their horns until they were thrown to the ground. Every attack also left some pretty nasty wounds, including some which would do things like leave bones exposed to the open air. Finally, the way to regenerate health would be to catch little running creatures and kill them , but you did not not have to kill them right away. Until you hit an attack button, you could [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential leave a squirming compy, dog or]] ''[[VideoGameCrueltyPotential human being]]'' [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential in the jaws of a giant carnivore or impaled on the spike of an equally huge herbivore]] until it was finally swallowed whole or stomped to death.
* Even the ''Lost World'' arcade game had its moments. Namely, the fight with the ''Carnotaurus''. Imagine, if you will, a dinosaur slightly smaller than a ''T. rex'' that [[InvisibilityCloak could turn completely invisible]] out for your blood. The fact that it looks like a giant Jackson's chameleon will either act as NightmareRetardant or make it even ''worse''.
* The most recent game from Creator/TelltaleGames is full of NightmareFuel, and is perhaps the most horror-themed out of any of the ''Jurassic Park'' media. See NightmareFuel/JurassicParkTheGame for examples.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8UJQB-bNaU This intro]] for NES version had low tense music showing logos for the company and the title of the game, then it cuts to the black screen with nothing on it. The eyes of the T-Rex suddenly comes up blinking at the player, then she slowly rises up until her head is fully on-screen; her eyes grow wide and she suddenly roars at the viewer! Probably causing players to jump and run away from the screen after that. Even worse for younger players, showing the menu in her red mouth while saliva drips from her teeth. Thankfully, the cool menu music mitigates things somewhat.
* Even though it may lack some horror compared to the other entries on this list, rest assure that even VideoGame/JurassicParkOperationGenesis has its own fair share of scares. Think of it this way. You've been given the key to the kingdom. You get to fulfill both John Hammond's dream as much as your own. Being a park manager, working hand in hand with InGen and their assets. You get to make, build, and live the dream. [[TemptingFate Nothing can possibly go wrong, right?]] What's that you say? A hurricane is heading towards Isla Nublar? You don't have that many security personnel on hand? An attraction has been downed by high winds and straight into the [[OhCrap carnivores pen you say?]] Better hope you make it to them and rescue the hapless souls before they become a main course by one of your dinos. And if you think that's bad. Watch what happens when you fail a check on some of your fence line statuses. If there is so much as one weak segment out of place in your perimeter. You're going to be seeing true utter horror and chaos unfold on your island if you are managing poorly.
** Did we mention the raptors have a nasty habit of ''checking for that very frequently'' and [[ParanoiaFuel escape A LOT more than the rest of the lot]]?

[[folder:The Attractions]]
* The aforementioned concept of dino/human hybrids for the fourth movie [[OlderThanTheyThink actually originated]] as one of the themes for [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's]] Theatre/HalloweenHorrorNights in 2002, where there was a ''Jurassic Park''-themed haunted house called ''Project Evilution'' and a scarezone called ''JP Extinction''. The storyline of both centered around a rogue [=InGen=] scientist mutating human victims with the DNA of various dinosaurs as well as other animals, resulting in the creation of many grotesque MixAndMatchCritters that then break loose, kill said scientist, and send Jurassic Park spiraling into chaos. If you're ''that'' curious, [[http://www.makeupfx.no/UPfx/FO_Universal_HHN_Dinos.html here's a]] [[http://www.makeupfx.no/UPfx/FO_Universal_HHN_Animorphs.html look at]] what some of the gruesome hybrids looked like.
* For Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood, an alternate version of ''[[Ride/JurassicParkRiverAdventure Jurassic Park: The Ride]]'' is featured, called ''Jurassic Park - In The Dark'', which, as its title implies, is a trip through the attraction with most of the lighting either lowered or turned off entirely. When it first started off, it also included a slightly altered finale (just before the ''Tyrannosaurus'' encounter) with added strobe lighting effects that illuminated scenes of ''Velociraptors'' gruesomely tearing apart JP scientists. Although [[{{Bowdlerise}} the violent scenes were later taken out]], the toned-down lighting in the ride still definitely adds an extra fear factor to the whole experience.